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From Jeremy Hughes <>
Subject JIRA admin(was: Re: [jira] Commented: (ARIES-29) Implement JMX Agent)
Date Thu, 22 Oct 2009 11:03:30 GMT
Hi Joe, I'm interested as to how you did this. Presumably it's because
you are in the jira-administrators group. A few years ago I was given
admin karma and I have the ADMINISTRATOR menu option along the top of
the JIRA web page. I can add users to the different roles
(Administrators, Committers etc) but I can't modify groups such as
aries-developer. It feels like I'm in some kinda admin purgatory.

When I look at the my dashboard it looks like I'm not in
jira-administrators group, so I'm wondering now how I've managed to
get the ADMINISTRATOR menu item on my dashboard!

Any ideas?


2009/10/21 Joe Bohn <>:
> Adam,
> I just added you as an aries-developer so you should be able to assign the
> jira to yourself now.  You may need to log-out then back in to jira.
> Joe
> Adam Wojtuniak (JIRA) wrote:
>>    [
>> ]
>> Adam Wojtuniak commented on ARIES-29:
>> -------------------------------------
>> If someone can assign this task to me I can start working on it . thanks.
>>> Implement JMX Agent
>>> -------------------
>>>                Key: ARIES-29
>>>                URL:
>>>            Project: Aries
>>>         Issue Type: New Feature
>>>         Components: JMX
>>>   Affects Versions: 1.0
>>>           Reporter: Adam Wojtuniak
>>>            Fix For: 1.0
>>> Implement JMX Agent. It should be responsible for tracking all MBean
>>> servers(registered as a services) and services which will be exposed as a
>>> Managed Beans (MBeans).
>>> JMX Agent should register following MBeans: Framework MBean, Bundle State
>>> MBean, Service State MBean, Package State MBean, Permission Admin MBean,
>>> Configuration Admin MBean,
>>> Provisioning Service MBean, User Admin MBean, Conditional Permission
>>> Admin MBean.
>>> It is open issue if we should track MBean servers registered as services
>>> but for now we can follow RI of JMX which listen to MBean Server services.
>>> For now we can track MBeanServers and when service is discovered register
>>> MBeans. Same in case when service is exposed as Managed MBeans it should be
>>> registered (on all available MBean servers) when is discovered.

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